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(4) Old Candy Bar Wrappers
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This item is already sold(4) Old Candy Bar Wrappers
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The picture shows all (4) Old Candy Bar Wrappers in this lot. This lot contains the following:

An old unused 1-1/4 ounce UNCLE JOHNS MAPLE WALNUT FUDGE glassine wrapper. This wrapper is not dated but is believed to be from the 1920's or 1930's. It has a small tear.

Next is an old unused FAMOUS KEENE KISSES candy wrapper. It was from the Gurnsey Brothers & Company of Keene, New Hampshire. It is not dated either but is also believed to be from the 1920's or1930's. This glassine wrapper is clean and unused.

Next is an old 1-1/2 ounce WELCH'S 5c CHOCOLATE COVERED FUDGE wrapper. This one is not dated either but is also believed to be from the 1930's. The candy was made by the James O. Welch Company Cambridge, Massachusetts and Los Angeles, California. This wrapper has wrinkling and a missing corner.

Last in this lot is an old 1-1/2 ounce MILLER HOLLIS NOUGAT bar foil wrapper. It is from Miller Hollis, Inc. of Boston, Massachusetts and New York, N.Y.. This wrapper is not dated but is believed to be from the 1930's. It does have overall wrinkling from being wrapped on the candy.

These old candy wrappers were saved as example wrappers by an old Confectionery company in New Hampshire. To judge the sizes the Welch's wrapper measures 6-1/2" x 5".

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(4) Old Candy Bar Wrappers


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